Chrome Tab Opens Randomly!

ChaoticRising

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Alright, so for the past 5-6 hours, I've been trying to figure this out, AND fix it. Yesterday, I was attempting to install a game crack from a Russian website, but I had to rush it due to me being busy and I accidentally clicked something I did not comprehend but could not check. After that, I noticed the toolbars and etc (mainly mail.ru), and the pop up ads, but I got rid of those the next day using Malwarebytes and etc. Then, a tab kept opening which Malwarebytes blocks (thanks malwarebytes), but it's so annoying. Sometimes it is different, like wonderlandads or something, and then its

http://b2.ijquery11.com/cs?wsa=96263d2d3b2a4e11&vid=null
b2.ijquery11.com

so far its just those two sites that pop up. I even uninstalled Chrome and nothing happened, yet when I re-installed Chrome a tab pops up every 10 minutes. I ran AVG, I ran Zemana, I ran Hitman Pro, and I even tried the built in Windows Defender, yet to no avail. I am trying out Avast right now, and I'll probably just reset my PC as a last and final resort. I am assuming that it is a process or something in my details list in the task manager, but I have no idea which one it is and I can't seem to find one that isn't a virus.

Processes via Task Manager
https://gyazo.com/1c87adfa0822eaf2dc38ad9486c087bf
https://gyazo.com/0468f4fca4b91aa969c5b229f1103a52
https://gyazo.com/f9e992b8a54640468a4aabfcfc57126b

Details via Task Manager
https://gyazo.com/f7601080f2d56119f4719a08062a56ae
https://gyazo.com/b3ab4d11293e9419a32ab91c66a0ae16

Services via Task Manager (only running ones)
https://gyazo.com/ee5f3d7113c6191fcea4ba74d70e434b
https://gyazo.com/741ee543d4dbef774c7f13b8c6d3a5f0

specs (if it matters)
Core i5 6500
GTX 1060 6GB
Gigabyte mbd
16GB ram

a new one!
https://gyazo.com/9ea02da678b296984983a2220289b76f
I feel a bit sick
 

ChaoticRising

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Would you please give me directions on how to do it on Windows 10?
Thanks!
 

ChaoticRising

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I was trying to install Dying Light from a strange website (it was not available elsewhere), and that game is single player only, so no harm done. I honestly don't have enough money to buy every game I want to try out, and if I like it I usually purchase it afterwards.
 

ChaoticRising

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Yeah, it is not an extension. I made sure of that! However, I did what you told me to do (went into the boot mode, and ran the antivirus programs, so far so good, nothing popped up for Chrome!)
 

ChaoticRising

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TMTOWTSAC

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Two things, one go into add/remove programs and look for anything suspicious. Two, you aren't still visiting the same sites you got infected on are you?
 

ChaoticRising

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I already uninstalled one of them, but that was the only one. So far nothing looks suspicious. Also, no I haven't revisited the sites lol nor have i installed anything else.
 

ChaoticRising

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Unfortunately, I reset my PC (by formatting the hard-drive), mainly because Windows 10 would not even boot. Everything is well now! I did not need the old files before clearing the hard-drive.
 
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